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FOR W. WILSON
CHICAGO, OH, !l. -Ily tli't con
Ih now almost oortuln to ho tliu next
lralilu;it or I ho United fltntuM, In tho
hellof of Heimtor (InnrKo K, Glintnhiir
lulu who lino rturnoil from tliu oust,
Ami In tliu coining election, tlio hoc
oikI until In tint men It not likely to
Iio a curtain fouiulitr or tho Anunlu
Hull, Ih tlm oiiliiliiii or Oregon's Jun
"Tlio KooxKVult boom Ih iilriimly
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WIInimi Hiiro or IvIiM'tlon
"In tint oust, ilium run hit no iloiilit
or It. Tlm pooplii or tint east four tlm
wont mm it ItooMitvnlt tttroiiKliolil, but
from comtltloiiH ns I olmorvctl tlm in
on my way (mck to Ori'Koii nml tin)
feeling In Oregon, I hellovn scntl
tiniut lit tlm west Ih going to Iio an
HtroitK for Wllnou iim In any part or
tlm country. I am confident tlint
Oregon will he In tlio' Wllnon column.
"Tliu third term jmrty In ho tin
iieress'iiry. All It bent font limn nru
Miiboilliul In tlm platform which Wll
wm rMrnU, The Progressive par
ty inovoiiiiuit Is essentially u one mini
movement, thnt man doing Theodore
HoohkvkK, nml outnlilo or that linn lit
tin excuse, Koosnvolt himself,
throughout hU whole political career,
)inn ln n a rrealuro or tlm liouioa,
mill )ou will notice Hint bit? houses or
tliu typo or I'lyuii nru lined up with
WlUyn, will bi strong In tint iut.
At present, It seems prartlcally cor-
lain that ho wll carry tlm Now Kng-
laiul status, with tho posslhle exeop
tlou or Vermont and Ilhodo Island.
llnlneN WiiiiIh Democrat
"Olio roninrknhlii thing In thU
campaign that I hnvo never before
seen In n presidential year In my
polltlcnl experience. U that entire
nhsonro or htislnes depression
Prosperity Ih everywhere, anil there !
no fear or tho result or the election.
Instimd or fearing that Wilson will
bo elected, hunlnc men nru saying,
Why wit want Wilson.
"I regard Wooitrow WlUon ah tho
greatest man this country linn hail
hIiicii ThomaH Jefferson. 1 1 Ik utter-
nuciH nru thniMt of tho xtulcitmun, HI
views nru tho vIuwh or a deep thinker
who has, studied the situation ami linn
worked out tho solution for tho prob
lem or tho day, nml tho people, who
tit first hunlly know who WIIhoii wan,
are beginning to ronlUo It. Aililoil
to thin In hi wonderful nhlllty to
express hlmnolf In word or such
clearneu nml Mlmpllclty thnt any man
ran iimlurntnnd him."
Henator Chamborlnln mndo nnother
lutoroHtluK nunonucoment (hi morn
ln when ho inlil that ho would sup
port Or. Harry l.nno for United
HtnteH Hunntor. l)r, l.nno rccelvi'd
(ho democrat lc nomination In the
primary election, nut), an Senator
Chamberlain May, there Ih no queH
tlon about IiIh nhlllty.
ALL WILL SOON
LIVE TO AGE OF
IMTTflllUUO, Vn , Oct. ft. Al
though tho hoard of public education
nix montliH nno mado n rule that "no
wldowH need apply for potdtlon n
Hchool tenchorfl," tho brunt of public
crlllclmu Ih only beliiK roll now,
Hnpeiiiiteiidont 9. I,. Hector, tho new
1 10, 000 expert who recently took
rhurKo or tho I'ltUbiirK bcIiooIh, to
iluy In dofondliiB tho rulliiK Hald:
"Wldowa who apply for poHltlon
mi hcIiooI tenchorrt nlmoHi Invariably
m a ho a otnud for public xyinpnthy.
Wo cannot bo worrjotl with thorn
coinliiK around, for when they utart,
they aro moat porHlatout. 'Hint la
why tho rule ba koiio nut -that, In
tliu future, no widows will bo jjlvun
positions In IMttHburR scIiooIh,"
Moiuiwhllo tho now Hupnrlntomlout
Ih Kottlim il "kttockH" hut It Ih not
worrying hlui liornuno thnt'H what
Iid'h hero for, ho HiiyH, I'roKroHHlvo,
Iio HiiyH, Is not uttulnud without crltl-cIhiii.
iNWANArnuH, "i. :i.
oliiiiiij; Hint the limn Ih comiilK wlinli
ceiileinliliiiiM will bo reminded merely
iih In tint piiine of life nml when tint
norinnl life inu of u century ifnil n
qimiler will Iio frciiui'iit oi''iirieii'o,
1'rol'. Irvliur FIMiiir, prufi'HHor of in
lltlcnl economy In Yiiln Ifiilvcihll.V,
uildnjHhi'il Hid iiulioiiiil ciiiiMcrviiliuii
ciuiKri'HH here (inliiy.
In IiIk npeecli, ciitilleil "The Pub
liu lleiillli Movumeul," 1'rofcKnnr
l-'inlier Hiiiil, in nurtj "Somu f- Im
iieliii'veineiltH tilivuily ntliliiicd y
oilier uiiIIoiih hIihiiIiI lie reconleil
iiiiionu tin uoiulerM of Ilie world
One Ih the Hlrlliintr ilecreiiNO in the
ilculli rule in the city of l,ondiii.
Kuiileii I.i'itiN World
"Proluilily, howi'vcr, tlm prcutiMt
hygienic iii'liievcineiit of nny count rv
llniM Ih Hint of Sweden, wliure the ilu
rution of lifu Ik Ilie IoiichI, he inor
lullty the i'ih mid the improvemcutH
the iiion) fcoiicrnl.
".Middle ukc nml od tiift tnibiy
a lower morlnlitv in Ktwden llinii in
tiincM piiht, while in otlicr couutricf.
inclinllni; tlio United StnteM, iiIiIioukIi
we can bonwl of oine reduction in In
fant mortality niter middle ntz i
(rowiiiK worM' nml the iumito vltiilily
of tlio K'ople in in nil imdiabilily, de
lenornlinu. "The United KlntoH, in npilc of Iter
Hhnrtrnmiui:, Iiiik homo t-pccinl im
pioxcinenlH to record, hut we need
u uutiomil ilepartineiit of health .r
ii ilepiirtmcnt of labor which hIi'iiII in
clude jo it operation the couxorvu
lion of human life.
Half Hmi DcntliN Avoidable
"iMiiir yenrn npi, iih ii memher of
I'rexiilcnt Hoifieyclt'H coiiHervntioii
coiiuniHhioii, I endeavored to report
on tlm condition of our 'national vi
tality.' I found Hint out of come 1,
r00,()(10 death annually in tlm Tint
ed State, ut IctiHt (IIIO.OOO nre pre
ventative. "IniliiMtricH which kill nml maim,
poWn or infect ilK wftrkern, which
dofonu nml httint little children,
wliicli incapacitate women for normal
motherhood, which thmnuli over leuj:
hourrt of toil clone each nuoconc.ivi
ilny'N work with proKrchwive exlinus
tiou, must be controlled."
WATER USERS SIGN
ProKruHH toward tho settlement or
tho question of ownership or water
rights on Anderson crock was mndo
WoduuHilay when rour or tho largest
clnlmautH In tho hearing before Jan.
T. Cblnuock or the atnto water board
Hlgned n stipulation rvgnrdlng tho
umbo or the wntor on that stream,
Thoy nro Oeorgo Morso, roprcsonieit
by Attorney W. I, Vnwterj tho Hro
phy property and Robertson ostnto,
represented by Attorney A. 10,
HentiHiM. and Mm. Mary A. llnlloy, ror
whom Attorney Qu Nowborry np
pcaru. It Ih ngreoil In tho stipulation that
tho slgncrM shall usu tho water con
ceded to them In rotation, 'tho water
or tho quartet being turned over to
ono purson ror a period, and then to
the next one, nml ho on. This will
bo beneficial, ns with nil using at tho
snmo time there was hardly nnough
for ono, while under tho now plan
ono will hnvo inoro than ouough nt
n time. Tho ntlpulntlon has been ap
proved by Supervisor .Cblnuock nml
iIooh not effect tho other owners of
water rlghtK on Anderson crcok.
REDMEN WILL OPEN NEW
DIED QF EXCITEMENT
WHILE HARPOONING WHALE
8AN FJtANQIHCO, Cul Oct. It.
Tito whaling nchoonor I.nlthv Ih In
port horo today from n erulso In tho
wntors or South KnHtorn Alnska wUI
out Its innHtor, Cnptnln .1. A. Mu
couibor of Oukjund, who died or henrt
illsoaHu whll" directing a chnsu ror a
cporln whnlo, Tho captain Htood In
the rigging UBUlug order to two bont
loi.dh of mon engaged In tlm chauo.
"Now you got lim, men," ho
ahotlted. "Olvo him tho hurpoon."
Thon ho droppod from tho rigging
Into tho water and when nlokoil up
uoveral niltuitofl litter was doud,
Hedmon of Medford will hold u
lodge colobrntlon about November 1,
when their now lodge quarters on
Applo street will bo completed and
ready for occupancy. Work Is now
In progress on tho building and will
cost about f.1000. ConHtablo Slug
lor Ih In charge or tho preliminary ar
rangement and Ih planning to Invito
all tho loading Hodmen dlgulturlcH of
tho Htato to be In Medford on tho
SLAPS HIS TEACHER;
SENT TO REFORMATORY
OHOVILLK, Oil-. Oct. !1, Ilociiuse
he Hliippeii his toucher when hue rep
rimiiudeil him for pldyiug ''hookey"
Kvorott Kinlino, ugod font teen years,
of Cliico, in today hcntoncod to Die
I'roHtou reform hhIiodI until Im
roaches his majority.
JuOgtt Only, n juvenile judge here,
id sent once, on Meline.
Wo carry a very complete tint of
droporlos, fuco ourtutuH. nvtures, etc.,
and do nil elusses of unliolsterlng. A
special man to look after this work
exclusively ami will give a good
sorvlce a Is possible to get In sven
tho largest cities.
Weeks St McGowan Oo.
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0.
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In speaking of the William A
llrudy, limited, jiroiluctlon of "Hought
mid I'nlil Tor" by Oeorgo HroadhurHt
nt the Cort Theater In Han Francisco,
tho Kvciilug Post or Hnptember 3rd,
"nought and Pnld For," Hroad
hurst's drnmn, which has been run
ning "ror over n year In New York
City, Kjioiicil nt tho Cort Thcntor yes
terday. Thin piny will be with iih
thrcelweekH and It Is n safe predic
tion thnt it will run to capacity
bonne for that spuce or tlm. One
skeptic cxpretiHcd sonic doubt an to
this yesterday derlarlni; Unit n play
"Hought and Tntd For" Is a much
more absorbing piny than ' Paid In
Full". It holds It audience from
tho opening curtain to the last. Thai
production nt the Cort Is absolute
ly rinwlcss. "Hought and Iald For"
will create enough discussion to keep
It In the limelight ror the turco
weeks stny." Medford Theater.
Tuesday, Octobor S.
RAIN SPOILS CROPS IN
LOS' AXOULE9, Oct. 3. Rnln
Inst night and today did creat dam-
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w.wimu mar. wo.uu nut run inoi iihib , ,.,. ,0 crog , ,,08 AnKe,ef, col)n(y.
In this city. We beg to tnko Ibhiic. , , ,, . ,
There nro tour flar In this enst play- ,ro1" ,ho Sn,0,, UtTlcl "" a
lug the chnractcrH or Robert Star-' rort that 5.000 acres or beans hnd
rord, Jnmes Olllcy, Virginia Hlnlnejbeen Hpollod by .tlio unseasonable
nml Fannie Hlalne, nud before those 1 weatlmr. San Hcmardlno, Hlvcrslde
threo weeks nro up, It will bo gen- and Ventura counties also report
orally admitted that this Is one of! heavy showers with resulting dam-
tho best companies thnt over came to
this cjty. Tho production Is n perrect
piece or machinery. Intelligence 11ml
underslnudlug on tho part of the
actors nml tho producers inako It
that, - It Is rather late In tho ilnyto
discuss "Hought and Pnld For," even
In (IiIh neck or the woods, ror It Ih
one nt tho most dlHrusseil pluys or
many n Hcaxnn. Financially, Its suc
cess tins been plionoipcnnl nud, nr
tlstlcn.lly, It Juih bcuu .awarded thn
hlKhpralso which it has dosorvod.
ngo to crops.
BYHACHB, N. Y., Oct. 3, Con
gressman William Bulzer wns norn
Inatod last night on tho fourth ballot
ns head or tho democratic state
j ticket. The selection was unanimous.
I Oovernor Dlx, Bulzer, ox-Comptroller
.ict7. of Now York City nnd Martin
II 0 Linn wore candidates on tho
first ballot, Dlx leading. There was
no chnngo on tho second ballot. Tho
third ballot all dropped out except
Dlx and Bulzer, tho former having
87 votes nnd tho latter 105. DIx'B
name wns then withdrawn and Bul
zer nominated on the fourth ballot.
Judge Parker took the opportu
nity afforded by his speech ns per
manent chairman to answer his crit
ics at the Daltlmoro convention. An
nouncing nt the beginning of bis
speech that ho Is a progressive dem
ocrat, ho declared there wns no truth
that Thomas F. Hyan had put him
forward as the chairman at Haiti
more and that as Ityan's attorney ho
was there to represent Ityan's Interests.
Judge Parker declared that- Ryan
never was his client and never had
paid him n dollar for his services In
his life. Parker took a slap at
Hryan, saying that four yean ago
Hrynn thanked him for his contribu
tion to tho democratic platform and
Invited blm to' Lincoln and readily
ncceptcd Pnrker's invitation to visit
ICsopus and also requested tho na
tional committee to get Parker to
render such service as ho could on
Tho platform adopted today rati
fied the democratic national platform
pledged Its support to Wilson nnd
Marshall and condemned what It
styles "the monopolistic tariff
evils" of the republican party. The
Dlx administration was described
"efficient and economical" and the
legislature Is pledged to support the
initiative and referendum.
JESSE JAMES, JR., IN ROLE
OF CRIMINAL LAWYER
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Oct. 3. Jesse
James. Junior, Ron of tho former out
law. Is today acting as chief counsel 10. Moroy retiring irom tho firm
for J. c. Walton, on trial here for al
leged participation In tho famous
Franklin diamond'-' robbery. James
Is attempting to pVoIre nn alibi for his
Notice Is hereby given that the
firm of K. A. Heifer & Co., of Drowns
boro have dissolved partnership. L.
debts are assumed by E. A. Heifer
and all outstanding accounts should
bo paid him.
E. A. HELPER,
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LAST POPULAR EXCURSION of the SEASON
PACIFIC & EASTERN RAILWAY
TO BUTTE FALLS
SUNDAY O0T. 6, 1012
ROUND TRIP ONLY $1.00
Spend a day of rest in the mountains. Good IIotl
Leave Medford 8:00 a.m. Leave Butte Falls 4:00 p.m.
Scientific Massage $1 "
203-205 Garnett-Corey Building
Home Phone 145 Pacific Phone 5712
' D. CROSSLEY SONS
SMMFrsBklla St, New York
APPLES and PEARS
We have our own houses la
NEW YORK, LIVERPOOL, LONDON AND GLASGOW
Direct consignment solicited or Bee oar Rogue River 'represeatatWe.
CHRIS GOTTLIEB Medford, Oreffttt
We are not tesd-
Do You Want to Sell?
What sorts and quantities, and what price?
erlng for anybody's fruit.
Do you want to consign and chance the market? Consult
and we will give you quotations. I every case we Bend the sellers
sale not. N New York we use our own sale note, and do not have
apples sold by auction.
H. N. WHITE & CO.
76 Park Place New York
Two Lots, 50x117, Queen Anne Addition
Water, sewer, pavement and sidewalks inf alley'""
in rear; best two lots in tho addition. , , t.
One Lot, 75x120, East Main Street
Water, sewer, pavement, alley in rear. '
Five-room house and lot, Kenwood avenue .
Concrete foundation, plastered, wired, and plumb- ..
ed, lot 135 feet deep, half block Fourth street
pavement, high ground. , '
Lot South Oakdale 00x175, all improvements
in, adjoins Howard property, faces Dakota avenue,
alley in rear.
Seven acres, V miles north of Medford on Cen-
tral Point macadam, ditch across highest part.
Any of tho above properties can bo purchased at
exceptionally low prices and terms to suit pur-4M
MEDFORD BOOK STORE
Nearly a quarter of a century under the same ,
- iih wMiwiwilMMwpMWwwMMasaaWBSwaMa
Jackson County Bank
It has succeeded because of
Soundness of principle
Economv of management
Safety of investment i . '
Courteous and liberal treatment Jl
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $175,000.00,
W. I. Vawter ,Presidont G. R. Lindley, Vice Piii. ,1
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